LaReddola Lester & Associates, LLP

June 2016

Court denies Nassau County’s Request for Reconsideration and Supports Prompt Return of Firearms: A decision came down today from Hon. Joan M. Azrack, U.S.D.J. in the matter of Christine Panzella v. County of Nassau, et al., denying Nassau County’s  motion for reconsideration of the Court’s August 26, 2015 Memorandum and Order for summary judgment, and supporting… Continue reading June 2016

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March 2016

La Reddola Lester Obtains Preliminary Injunction Preventing Clients’ Eviction from Business Premises They Owned and Occupied for 25 Years Pending Resolution of Dispute over Validity of Treasurer’s Deed The Firm’s clients were faced with imminent eviction and the loss of its gasoline service station business and the commercial property on which they owned and operated… Continue reading March 2016

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January 2016

LLA  Preserves Client’s Breach of Contract Claim Against Successor Corporate Entity:  The Firm’s client was faced with a motion to dismiss its breach of contract claim based on an alleged general release and a claim that the Defendant was not the corporation that entered into the agreement with the Firm’s client.  The Court denied Defendant’s… Continue reading January 2016

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September 1, 2015

New York Law Journal Article: http://www.newyorklawjournal.com/id=1202736099261/Due-Process-Hearing-Ordered-on-Retention-of-Firearms

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October 2015

In a fraudulent conveyance lawsuit involving the sale of a car wash business, the firm obtained a rare ex parte temporary restraining order to freeze Defendants’ bank accounts containing the fraudulently transferred funds.  Through relentless discovery and from a series of bank subpoenas, the firm was able to obtain the bank records proving the fraudulent conveyances at… Continue reading October 2015

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August 2015

County ordered to commence, within 30 days, a due process hearing on the return of confiscated rifles and shotguns; burden is on the County and not on the gunowner.  See Panzella v. County of Nassau   Reform to Anonymous 311: There is an effort to enact reform to the anonymous 311 complaint process in NYC to… Continue reading August 2015

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July 2015

Recently, New York State has released records to the FBI for inclusion in their National Instant Background Check System used for firearms purchases.  Numerous individuals had information that might be erroneous transmitted, and are now unable to purchase a firearm, shotgun or rifle.  There is a procedure to correct this information.  If you were affected… Continue reading July 2015

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